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Arts Festival Opens With A Flourish

Arts Festival Opens With A Flourish

A good crowd turned out at the Nanango Cultural Centre this evening for the official opening of Nanart, the annual Nanango Arts Festival.

Students Up For The Challenge

Students Up For The Challenge

Students from eight local schools gathered at Nanango to challenge their science and engineering skills in a day-long competition presented by the University of Newcastle.

Street Machines Shine At Nanango

Street Machines Shine At Nanango

The South Burnett Car Club’s annual Show & Shine Swap Meet attracted an array of classic street machines – and a few motorbikes – at the Nanango Rugby League ground on Sunday morning.

Cordell’s Off To Tamworth

Cordell’s Off To Tamworth

The Rogerson family of Coolabunia could soon have a new speedway star in their midst … young Cordell, 9, is having fun and making a name for himself on motorcycle circuits in Queensland and NSW.

Prices Down, Numbers Up

Prices Down, Numbers Up

Was this the best Kingaroy Show ever? The thousands of people who attended the two-day event probably think so … and the organisers are thrilled!

Veterans Rally At Kumbia

Veterans Rally At Kumbia

About 60 vintage and veteran motorcycles from around south-east Queensland will converge on Kumbia at the weekend for the annual Bunya Rally.

School Photography Is A Class Act

School Photography Is A Class Act

South Burnett photographer Kathy Steinhardt has been a familiar sight around some of the region’s smaller schools for many years, snapping the iconic school photos that every parent loves.

Fascinating Time For Kindy Kids

Fascinating Time For Kindy Kids

The Wondai kindy will be hosting a “Fascinating High Tea” on Sunday at the Wondai RSL, and while the kindy mums have been busy preparing the food, the youngsters have been polishing their tea party skills.

A New Mayor … But
Nanango Still Unclear

A New Mayor … But<br> Nanango Still Unclear

The South Burnett work up this morning with a new Mayor and five re-elected councillors … with only the result in Division 1 (Nanango) still undecided.

Nanango Vote Too Close To Call

Nanango Vote Too Close To Call

The final make-up of the South Burnett Regional Council is up in the air with a close race in Division 1 making it almost impossible to split three candidates.

Community Grants Kick In To Help Red Ants

Community Grants Kick In To Help Red Ants

Rugby League fans who attend this Saturday’s triple header of A Grade games in Kingaroy are in for a surprise when they take a look at TJ O’Neill Oval – particularly if they haven’t visited it for a while.

Colourful Night Of Culture

Colourful Night Of Culture

The Rotary of Club of Kingaroy joined together with the Filipino-Australian Friendship Caring Group on Saturday to bring a night of traditional food and entertainment to Kingaroy.

South Burnett Turns Out
In Force For Anzac Day

South Burnett Turns Out<br> In Force For Anzac Day

Thousands of South Burnett residents gathered in towns and villages throughout the region today to mark Anzac Day.

A Connection With The Past …

A Connection With The Past …

Sir William Glasgow – soldier, politician and diplomat – inspects returned men gathered at Kingaroy’s War Memorial in 1932.

Top Award For Local Sportswoman

Top Award For Local Sportswoman

Impressive 16-year-old Kingaroy fast bowler Holly Ferling has made history by becoming the first female to win the Ken Mackay Trophy for the Queensland Junior Cricketer of the Year.

‘Sasha’ Steals The Show

‘Sasha’ Steals The Show

There was some traditional – and not so traditional – dancing at Cherbourg on Friday afternoon to mark the official launch of the Moo’Roo Moo’Roo Youth Group

Ex-Patient Gives Back To CareFlight

Ex-Patient Gives Back To CareFlight

Just three years ago, it wasn’t certain that Jeff Still would survive. He was airlifted to hospital after a motorcycle crash at Cooyar where he suffered life-threatening injuries including a crushed windpipe, a punctured bladder and broken bones.

Miners Think Pink For Cancer

Miners Think Pink For Cancer

More than 190 workers at the Meandu Mine swapped their yellow safety shirts for a stylish pink yesterday … all in aid of breast cancer awareness.

Barwick St Bands Together To Help

Barwick St Bands Together To Help

A beautiful thing happened in a small Kingaroy street last weekend … the neighbours came together to help raise funds to assist a tiny baby living in Brisbane.